Ronald Lamont-STEVENS-Obituary

Ronald Lamont STEVENS

Prince George, British Columbia

1943 - 2020


December 31, 2020
Prince George, British Columbia


On December 31, 2020, Lamont passed away peacefully with his family at his side. He was born in Prince George, BC on August 13, 1943. Lamont is predeceased by his parents, Allan and Olga Stevens; and brother-in-law, Niels Kristensen. He is survived by his wife of 47 yrs, Genie; daughters, Sara...

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Very intelligent man that loved my friend Genie. He had a cute smile and you knew he was observing everyone and everything around him!

I am deeply saddened by the passing of Lamont. Cherished memories were created in the recent past when he occasionally dropped by as well as in long ago times in "camp days" at Mil 4 and Kerry Lake. I extend my love and deepest sympathy to Genie and family and Lamont's sisters, Anita, Yvonne, Lenora and their families.

Our sincere condolences to you Genie, Sara, Lisa & families, Anita, Lenora & Yvonne. We were so saddened to hear of Lamont’s passing. Giff fondly remembers their first meeting at Mile 4 Summit Lake/playing ball at Bear Lake/Kerry Lake.We always enjoyed our visits with you both at Verdant & Nukko Lake - loved Lamont’s sense of humor & common sense. Sincerely Giff & Marge Rahier

I was very saddened to hear of Lamont’s passing. Although I haven’t seen him for years old baseball days, he was an very interesting guy. Take care Genie & girls

I went to school with Lamont many years ago in Prince George through most of senior high I`m sorry to see him gone. Give all my condolences to Genie

Condolences to you and your families: Genie, Lisa, Sara, Anita, Yvonne, Lenora
I recall the many summer and fall visits to Prince George. The ‘late Fred’ always wanted to be sure there was enough time left in the trip North to visit Lamont and Genie, whether it was it was at their home in Verdant or Nukko Lakes. Both, Fred and Lamont had similar interests: politics, investments, sports , family talks; definitely not shopping. In the past year, Lamont phoned frequently to see how...

Our sincere condolences and much love to Genie, Sara, Lisa and all rest of Lamont’s family. We knew them for many years out at Nukko Lake. Lamont was a gentle man with a wicked sense of humor. His family will have so many wonderful memories❤

Wanda and John Madsen

Condolences to Lamont’s family.
My father Bob spoke highly of Lamont and enjoyed their visits.

I want to send my deepest condolences to Genie and the girls and family . Anita, Yvonne and Lenora and families